4 votesAdminJT Abbott (Admin, ClockShark) responded
Hey Howard, thanks for sharing your idea and and allowing folks to have a forum to support and vote for it.
I can definitely see how this could be useful and time saving. We prioritize all suggestions with the most traction and support. With great support, this idea will become one of our upcoming feature releases, so please keep voting!
55 votes9 comments · ClockShark Mobile App » GPS & Location Tracking · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →AdminJT Abbott (Admin, ClockShark) responded
Hey everyone thanks for sharing your feedback and concerns.
We are always working to improve the GPS functionality and close any holes that are being exploited. This is not something that is that easy to do with the way the devices work and the limitations imposed by the Android and iOS operating systems. We do expect that we will keep making improvements and are working on that always. There is also a degree of employee education involved and at times when employees are doing the wrong thing they will need to be talked to. Please feel free to share any additional concerns and we will keep working to deliver the best GPS experience possible.
An error occurred while saving the commentJerold Zwas commented
If employees turn off their phone they are not clocked out and no GPS Tracking. Also no way to know that the phone is off unless you go through GPS Track.
The app should notify or indicate phone was turned off or any large gap in GPS Pings. Also an option to clock them out if phone is turned off.
87 votes5 comments · ClockShark Mobile App » GPS & Location Tracking · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thanks for sharing this idea. Making a GPS “Blast” feature that could conservatively refresh all the locations of employees is something that our customers have begun asking for. Keep sending in those votes so that we know when exactly to build this for you.